From the outside, this car looks close enough to the old Viper that only a true fan would probably be able to tell at a glance it was all new. The changes are notable, though.
It's kind of like the old Viper took off its frumpy discount suit and put on a new European cut design. Everything fits together nicely. The creases flow into a neat, cohesive design. It's not that the car is understated -- it's certainly not that -- but you can find understated parts if you look. The overall visual impact remains of almost pure masculine aggression. But nice looking pure masculine aggression.
An association with actor McQueen can multiply the value of a machine.